Thursday, September 19, 2013

The Potty Boot Camp by Dr. Suzanne Riffel eBook Review!


The Potty Boot Camp is a wildly successful potty/toilet training program that has been in business since 2007.  There are thousands of kids who are very proud 'Potty Graduates' and their loyal customers continue to refer friends and families for years to come. The most unique aspect of the program is FREE email one-on-on coaching services as the parent embarks on the training program. The eBook is a quick and easy read - most parents can read the entire book during naptime, and the program is as easy to follow as a cookbook recipe.
What I thought:
My daughter is obviously not potty trained. Why else would I review this. Not only is potty training a huge hurdle to master but when you add Autism, things can get crazy. Potty training is a difficult task to acquire for a typical toddler but even more so for one with special needs. She does not understand as others normally do and non-verbal making the task that much harder. Though this eBook did not help potty train my daughter over night it has brought great break throughs in her progress. There are many wonderful tips and tricks that really open your eyes to the world of potty training. A few cannot apply to my daughter but there are many inventive ways to work around such road blocks. I am happy that I had the chance to review this eBook. It has given me very helpful keys to guide potty training my daughter. 
Once your kiddo is potty trained you can post them on
The Potty Boot Camps'
Potty Trained Graduates and they even get a graduation certificate!

If you would like to get The Potty Boot Camp by Dr. Suzanne Riffel SHOP HERE.
Right now on Amazon you can score the Kindle Edition for ONLY $9.99
and for you Paperback Book lovers Amazon has it on sale for $16.14 SHIPPED.

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4 comments :

  1. i was lucky with my daughter she potty trained herself but i just had a baby boy and i heard they are a lot harder to potty train so i may need to get this when that time comes!

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  2. Over my many years of teaching young kids, I potty trained dozens. I can't imagine it happening in two days. Amazing!

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  3. I don't have kids but my sisters are going through this now with their boys! That sounds amazing having them trained by 2! I've never heard of that!

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  4. I know there is a lot of people who really struggle with potty training. Luckily I had 5 girls and it was pretty easy for me, but my grandsons have been a whole other story. I'd say this is something a parent who is having a hard time should definitely look into, and I like how it's affordable.

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